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I unbolted my gas tank but it wont come off the

I unbolted the straps holding my gas tank in but it wont come out the car this is for a 94 camaro 3.4 v6 5 speed

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Disconnect tank fill neck,
supply and return lines,
electrical connection for fuel pump...

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I know it can be a bear if the bolts and pins are rusted. Unless the new straps are OEM, some after market straps don't fit quite as well and you need Godzilla strength to manover them into place to get them pinned and bolted back up.
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